Karina SchoengoldAssociate Professor
Chair, Graduate Committee
Contact307A Filley Hall
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68583-0922
Natural resource economics, water resources, technology adoption, policy analysis, risk management
Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Dr. Schoengold joined the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2005. She has a Ph.D. from the University of California-Berkeley in Agricultural and Resource Economics (2005), and a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Economics and Mathematics (1998).
Her research program relates to a range of agri-environmental policy issues, with a significant focus on water and soil management. Specifically, she is interested in how individuals make decision regarding the use of scarce and/or polluting inputs, and how policy design affects those decisions. Her research has been funded by a range of programs, including USDA-NIFA, USDA-ERS, USGS, and the Water for Food Daugherty Global Institute at the University of Nebraska.
Collaborators and Useful Links
Silva, F., L. Fulginiti, R. Perrin, and K. Schoengold (2019) “The Effects of Irrigation and Climate on the High Plains Aquifer: A County-Level Econometric Analysis”, accepted for publication in Journal of the American Water Resources Association
Khachaturyan, M. and K. Schoengold (2019) “Applying Interconnected Game Theory to Analyze TransboundaryWaters: A Case Study of the Kura-Araks Basin” Water Economics and Policy 5(1): 1-32.
Schoengold, K. and N. Brozović (2018) “The Future of Groundwater Management in Nebraska and the High Plains: Evolving institutions, aquifers, and regulations” Western Economic Forum.
Bhattacharya, S., K. Giannakas, and K. Schoengold (2017) “Market and Welfare Effects of Renewable Portfolio Standards in United States Electricity Markets” Energy Economics, 64: 384-401.
Sun, S., J.P. Sesmero, and K. Schoengold (2016) “The Role of Common Pool Problems in Irrigation Inefficiency: A Case Study in Groundwater Pumping in Mexico” Agricultural Economics, 47(1): 117-127, available online 7-JAN-2016, DOI: 10.1111/agec.12214.
Schoengold, K., Y. Ding, and R. Headlee (2015) “The Impact of Ad hoc Disaster and Crop Insurance Programs on the Use of Risk Reducing Conservation Tillage Practices”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 97(3): 897-919, available online: 9-Sep-2014 at DOI: 10.1093/ajae/aau073.
Schoengold, K. and D. Zilberman (2014) “The Economics of Tiered Pricing and Cost Functions: Are Equity, Cost Recovery, and Economic Efficiency Compatible Goals?”, Water Resources and Economics, available online: 25-JUL-2014 at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wre.2014.07.002
Schoengold, K. and D. L. Sunding (2014) “The Impact of Water Price Uncertainty on the Adoption of Precision Irrigation Systems” Agricultural Economics 45(6): 729-743, available online: 1-APR-2014, DOI: 10.1111/agec.12118
Ding, Y., K. Schoengold, and T. Tadesse (2009), “The Impact of Weather Extremes on Agricultural Production Methods: Does drought increase adoption of conservation tillage practices?” Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 34(3): 395-411.
Schoengold, K., D. L. Sunding, and G. Moreno (2006), “Price elasticity reconsidered: Panel estimation of an agricultural water demand function”, Water Resources Research, 42, W09411, doi:10.1029/2005WR004096.
“Estimating the Impact of Groundwater Allocations on Irrigation Behavior and Energy Use: Implications for groundwater policy design” (with Taro Mieno and James Keeler)
“Effects of Information Framing on Smallholder Irrigation Farmers’ Willingness to Pay for Groundwater Protection: The Case of Vea Irrigation Scheme in Ghana” (with Mustapha Alhassan and Christopher Gustafson)
“The Impact of Land Cover on Groundwater Recharge in the High Plains: An application to the Conservation Reserve Program” (with Dylan Riley, Taro Mieno, and Nicholas Brozović)
“The Potential for Moral Hazard Behavior in Irrigation Decisions under Crop Insurance” (with Paloch Suchato, Taro Mieno, and Timothy Foster)
"Predicting Groundwater Trade Participation” (with Elizabeth Juchems and Nicholas Brozović)